John Wilson, “The Augusteum at Caesarea Philippi,” a presentation given at the annual meeting of ASOR in Nashville, November 2001. The authors wish to thank Dr. Wilson for sharing his insights into Banias and Herod’s northern Augusteum with us. See also Vassilios Tzaferis, “The ‘God who is in Dan’ and the Cult of Pan at Banias in the Hellenistic and Roman Periods,” Eretz-Israel 23 (1992), p. 134. Zvi Maoz’s instincts were certainly correct when he wrote earlier in the excavations of Area A that this was “a corridor or passage 10m wide, bordered by two walls, perpendicular to the cliff,” in Excavations and Surveys in Israel 9 (1989–90), p. 85.